Hands Are Hard To Move After Staying Up Often?
good morning … I want to ask … my brother who is in his 50s and likes to stay up late … yesterday his hands were difficult to move? guess what medicine is good for him? and her age?
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Hand complaints that are difficult to move can occur in a variety of possible diseases, including:
Peripheral nerve disorders
Bone position shifted
So for drugs that should be given, not determined based on age but the greatest possibility of the disease. For this reason, we recommend that you consult your sister to a general practitioner first for an examination and see whether the source of the problem is in the components of the bones and muscles, in the nerves, or even in other organs. From here maybe the general practitioner will try to provide initial treatment which if not successful, will be referred to a bone doctor, internist or neurologist depending on the results of the examination. Or it can also be referred directly if the condition is considered too complicated. What is clear, direct inspection is absolutely done.
Meanwhile, what your brother can do is to compress the hard-to-move parts with a warm compress, not to impose strenuous physical activity, take over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the instructions for use if there is pain, and immediately consult a doctor if other symptoms that are unbearable or severe. So, hopefully answering your question.